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B and Bs in Tanworth in Arden

Mows Hill Farm
Mows Hill Road
Kemps Green

Tanworth in Arden
Warwickshire

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Luxury B & B in large family farmhouse. Peaceful rural location, ideal for visiting Stratford Upon Avon, Warwick, Worcester, the NEC and NAC. Many National Trust properties nearby, the Cotswolds less than 30 minutes away. Two large tastefully decorated doublerooms, both with kingsize beds. One with ensuite shower, one with private bathroom. A delicious breakfast using our own or local farm produce is served in either the tradtional oak floored dining room or the conservatory during the summer months.

Elegant sitting room with open log fire to enjoy in the winter, with books and games to entertain you. Visit our website for more info/pictures and guest reviews.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds Silver Award
Heart of England Gold Award
Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 1 & 1 private bathroom

Price per Person

Double: 45 ensuite shower - 40 private bath
Twin: 35.00
(Reductions for children sharing parents room)
Single: 55 - Single occupancy - Sunday to Thursday
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No Smoking Rooms
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